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  1. #691
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    Nice car. Curious to know the asking price.
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    1965 911 transmission # 101472-901/0

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    I would have highlighted the tall grill.

    Looks splendid from a distance.

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    A very nice, complete example. Of course it needs to come completely apart and needs the chassis totally restored. It is complete and I like it even if it is not a 901 ! Thanks.

    -Allen-
    PS "Dusty" does find some nice cars every now and then. A while back he had a 356 Speedster Carrera albiet with a pushrod engine. Sold for HUGE BUCK$ He told me it was his record high sale.

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    In Europe:

    VIN 301604 for sale, for ‘only’ €450.000 ;-)

    Dieses Angebot habe ich bei mobile.de gefunden:

    https://m.mobile.de/fahrzeuge/detail...utm_medium=ios

    Porsche 911 Urmodell hellelfenbein
    Erstzulassung: 06/1965
    Kilometer: 86.000 km
    Kraftstoffart: Benzin
    Preis: € 450.000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse-911E 1969 View Post
    In Europe:

    VIN 301604 for sale, for ‘only’ €450.000 ;-)

    Dieses Angebot habe ich bei mobile.de gefunden:

    https://m.mobile.de/fahrzeuge/detail...utm_medium=ios

    Porsche 911 Urmodell hellelfenbein
    Erstzulassung: 06/1965
    Kilometer: 86.000 km
    Kraftstoffart: Benzin
    Preis: € 450.000

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    Half a Mil?

    Someone needs to gently tell the seller he’s out of his tree.

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    Strange that only one of the two mechanical recirculating fuel pumps is handling both carbs? I guess it's because they can't source metal crossover lines?
    John Schiavone
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    356, 912, 911, 914-6, 993

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    I think these pictures must have been taken before completion. There are no fuel lines to the right hand bank at all and there are other electric connections not complete ie oil pressure sender, distributor ??


    Nice looking car, I agree its optimistic regards value. But you only need one buyer!

  10. #700

    FS: @BaT - 1967 2.0L 911 Coupe (Project) - 305729

    Oh my, what do you do with this?
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    1967 Porsche 2.0L 911 Coupe (Project), Lot#19082
    VIN: 305729
    Engine: 909385
    Trans: 7196036
    Color: Re-sale Red (originally Light Ivory)/Black
    Mileage: -
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: NO SALE (Highest Bid: $29,500 on 5/22/19)

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    Auction Description:

    This 1967 Porsche 911 coupe was completed in October 1966 finished in Light Ivory over black leatherette and equipped with Pepita seat inserts, Koni shocks, and ventilated chrome wheels. The car was reportedly sold new in Germany and later brought to the US. Its numbers-matching flat-six engine remains fitted and is paired with a Type 901/13 transaxle. The exterior was updated at some point in the past with a short hood and front fenders, 964-style front bumper, G-body rocker panels and rear bumper, 964 mirrors, widened rear fenders, a rear deck lid with spoiler, and 1990s-era wheels. The interior was also updated as described below. According to the selling dealer, the car has been stationary for some time. This 911 is now offered as a non-running project with a Porsche Production Specifications certificate, copy of the Kardex, and a clean Texas title.

    A repaint in red was completed some time in the past, though the finish now shows considerable fading on portions of the hood, driver-side door and front fender, front bumper, and other areas. The rest of the body shows fitment issues, cracks, and other blemishes. Later-model 16″ alloy wheels are mounted with Michelin and Goodyear tires. The front trunk features a later-model fuel tank and space-saver spare assembly.

    A G-body speedometer/odometer is fitted, while the other green-numbered gauges remain present. According to the seller, the factory aluminum dash trim has been painted black. Later-model updates include the dashboard top, door panels, center console, and seats. An aftermarket steering wheel has also been mounted.

    The flat-six engine features several red-finished components. Dual Weber carburetors are topped with K&N air filter shrouds, with the left-hand element missing as depicted above. This 911 has not run for some time and will require a full assessment and potential rebuild of mechanical systems. Engine #909385 matches the Porsche Production Specifications certificate and Kardex as original to the vehicle, and the transaxle stamping is #7196036.

    Underneath, there is evidence that this car was painted orange at some point. Based on the seller’s assessment the floor pans appear original, while the battery box and torsion bar supports were likely replaced long ago. The suspension has received later components as well, most noticeably in the front. There are areas of corrosion. The Production Specifications certificate states that this particular Porsche was completed on October 18, 1966 finished in Light Ivory over black leatherette with Pepita cloth inserts and optioned with Koni shocks and ventilated chrome wheels.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 05-24-2019 at 09:48 AM. Reason: Added sold for price.
    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

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